Support points are sold in packs of 100.
One pack of 100 Support Points costs 600 €.
Annual Flat Fee (unrestricted support): Silver Programme 6.000 €, Gold Programme 12.000 €
Points Deduction in Silver Program:
Minimum deduction per answer: 5 points
Fee for 1 working hour: 25 points
Points Deduction in Gold Program:
Minimum deduction per answer 10 points
Fee for 1 working hour: 35 points
IAIK Software Licenses include some free support points: The first Single Developer Toolkit License includes 20 support points and each additional license 5 support points each valid for the Silver Support Program. Unlimited Developer Toolkit License includes 100 support points valid for the Silver Support Program. Unused Points Your remaining points that you have not used will be stored and can be used later on at any time you have a valid toolkit license. The free points that come with a certain software library are product related and will not be stored; you should use them during the license period of that particular product. Please also read our service conditions!
This article shows how to combine XML-Signature creation with XSECT and smart-card access with the PKCS#11 Provider. The example includes the signing certificate in the detached XML signature.
This article shows how to use IAIK-JCE to download certificate revocation lists from their distribution points without detailed knowledge about distribution point structuring and LDAP URL handling.
This article shows how the IAIK-JCE LdapURLConnection implementation can be used to download certificates and crls from LDAP directories without knowledge about LDAP protocol or JNDI details.
In this article, we show how to sign JAR files programatically using IAIK-CMS.
This article shows how to use the iaik.x509.stream package of IAIK-JCE to parse large X.509 CRLs efficiently.
We provide demos for each of our various toolkits with source code. Developers can run them on their systems. Also, we provide demos on our website. You can test most of them directly via the Internet with your web browser. Below you find links to some online demos.
This servlet can test the SSL/TLS capabilities of HTTPS clients (web browsers) and servers (web servers).
There is a TSP server running which acts as a TSA (timestamping authority) for testing purposes.
Various demos on the A-SIT (Secure Information Technology Center – Austria) web (in German).